• Chapter
    7 George IV – Chapter 36
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  • Description
    An amendment of an act first passed in 1758, which outlines what should be done in the case that a father of children under the age of twenty one years dies and is not married at the time of his death. Provisions stating that appointed guardians must be protestant are repealed, and all other clauses disadvantaging Catholics are also repealed.
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